Published on: Apr 22, 2022
Almost immediately after the earthquakes, Nepal received international aid from around the world, especially India, who sent around 5.8 billions roupies to rebuild Seto Machhindranath Temple, to mention only one.
By Fanny Jonckeau | Apr 09, 2022
Nepal has drastically improved its health system including care and treatment for cardiac health. Although cardiac arrest is still a leading cause of death in Nepal, the mortality rate has gone down and there are institutions, technologies and medical experts to save people from cardiac arrests. Dr. Man Bahadur KC, son of a farmer, a resident of the remote village of Baglung district, has seen all this change through the lens of a patient, practicing doctor and manager
By Keshab Poudel | Apr 18, 2022
During the past ten years, Nepal’s economy grew on average by 4.4 percent. If we extend the time to cover a period of twenty years, average growth descends further to 4.1 percent. On average, economy in the last three years grew by just 1 percent. This year also, the economy is expected to grow by less than 4 percent. In terms of performance of the economy, the two governments, led by Oli and Deuba respectively, do not look much different.
By Dr. Tilak Rawal | Apr 24, 2022